BETWEEN NEIGHBORHOODS (90', 2024, 2016) contemplates in split-screen the global and local histories of immigration and imperialism, social and corporate globalizations that orbit the Unisphere between the age of Trump and AOC and that of Robert Moses, who built the giant stainless-steel armillary sphere to center the 1964-65 New York World's Fair at the crossroads of his metropolitan empire, in Queens. Juxtaposing original and archival footage, the documentary diptych connects NYC's interborough and international present and past. Winner of the Founders Choice Award for Documentary at the Queens World Film Festival, Between Neighborhoods has exhibited transatlantically and is available for individual and institutional rental or purchase.